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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 26, 1874)
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BUSINESS DIRECTOR V
II S. KALSvtf,
ATTORNEY AT LyW, .
soiast public Ain esal sstats
-AW Cloud, Ndiratlm.
"Will ncjf'jtiat: th- ale of School Booli. Ac.
. CSTSpccial Agent for School Furni
ture. . County Superintendent if Public Jn
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ITOrAT PU3LIC it ESAL 237A73
KKO l'LOtT - - - - NEBRASKA
-Hame-temls ami '"re-emjitionf fecnrcd.
Special attention given to ihv'uix Uxct at a
CAriil PAID FOR'C0lTNTY WAKRANTS.
Attorney fit Counselor at Law,
11KI) CLOUD NEBRASKA.
Will li'-y nl !"!! R nl Katc on coiau.ijia
and iy 'lxe- tor non-riidrnts.
rffclc-i.! a'.lefitiou giventa the location of
U.i-lrr th" act of .Tune'SMi. 1872.
riii'n-rontc t"d. n'.d al minnp- of biiiijr
lirliir ! C l.ind (Tic: attended to TUlll
prrmpiM'4- nnd di-i aich
A52.iT ?5H 3. w-Lr. n. S. LAX2S.
fiaairraticn A rent far T7cb:ter Co.
II. IJiiWKN. -TAS. LAIUL
2?" UV practice in all the Courts of
JUKIA7A - - - i:E3r.ASRA
G. I). I'KOCTOIt, - - lMtoruiCTOK,
7h."Tr re-ir TuM'" "-'ill find th:. Uotul to
he firt t'.i-b in tvrj icpe't.
r.-('.irTi nr- r ' d.ii'r to l!lv:ccre, thcr'car
cot Mation on tho St. Jc A 1). O. R. K.
Vatc!".maer & ievaSler,
323 CLJVD, WSSSIS CO'JliTY, 1122
P'trtii-nliir attenttnn piven to lte
iaiiine Fttie Watches and
Hesiierc: Oas IHlc Sa:t cf Eel C'.cui
Llr. T. C. WILLIAMS,
TemliT"! hi pcrviivt fo thp I'nblic and
will alt nd to all i'loles-iotial eill-.
Office at the lltd Cloud Drug Store.
Surviysr & Civil Engineer,
REAL ESTATE AG EXT.
lK) CLOUD, NEH.
Will promptly aJ'nd to all hu-uiess en-
tru-tti to hi" care. Corneis
e.-tabli-lu'il, lines run. &c.
tzirCity Civil Engineering a Spiciitlty.
Repairing done on short notice-, in the
be.-t style and at reasonable rates.
Is nov prepared to do all kinds of work
The best of mnrrini.s ibed, and all
VOlk WARRANT K.
Done on short uotice and at reasonable
Shop in McNrrr's Store.
Rcil :iot.I ieirat4.t.
Red C-Icid LliLTs.
Fesd and Meal ccnsiantiY on
2. T'z" t5?Custoui Work Warranted.
J. Q. FOTTER f BRO.,
H2D CLCTO, KSB.
W. E T2SOS1V.
Survayor of Webster County.
Will proia tly atte d to all call.
OrJfr? for work raay te M at Clork's oftle
In Court House, at Re 1 Cloud.
Vot, Ofice address Wells, WcbtterCo.. Neb.
630S33 Sj, Jan.,.- - - ?2C?32r02,
GslJ JLccvmaiOiluljoH, Liccry ami
THE BED CLOUD CHIEF.
C. L. MATHER, Edito.
THURSDAY, FEB. 26, 1874.
Krom aUi-.trti.uf the State and country rcs-pc-tlully
soltsitf'l . .
tt'n dft not nail anonrnious letters and com
iiiuu:cA.iii.fiH The nan n',d ililreof theTri
ifr're in ll cases indispensr Jc, as a Baaranty
Lincoln Neb., Feb. 17tb, 1874.
A ride nf forfy miles over n cold, blcik
prairie, will make any one wi-h he lived
on a line of a railroid, and such was our
f"n!?ni: yeclerlay, for eight lonjr hours,
while on the road frotu Uci Cloud to
Juniata, but a good supper at the Jacob
son IFoh-p, and the generous reception
j a fellow always revive? tiiere, made us
frri that it ia worth while to be deprived
: ftlu.r, if rtot ;cr pj(.a,are,. At
Junia.i. we met James Liird, th hard-
t wo kin::, and therefore the mot
dterrin lawyer- in Western Nebraska;
t K Joues, Chas. Kilburn, and other
f ttevg8?nV fafcfrdoh'fn?
roai to Intt rarc of great hopes and
playml oit ex:ecation!. known as Low
el!, th" .it of the U 3. Lmd Officp,
for the lirpiihlitMn Valley Land District.
At Loire! ire met Mr. Worthing. Re
c iver, nnd Prof. A. D. Williams. Editor
ofthf f'pyfstcr, and our worst wish is
'hat he may increase his worldly goodn,
in fair proportion to his labors ou that
At the Ord House, we found sood ac-
cmiiiiodatitiri-. and at the unseasonable
hour of 4 o'clock a. m., we were r9u-ed
to takethe eastward bound train, which,
in due course of time, lauded us at
Lincoln. Now, it is i;eiiera!ly conceded
i hat the dullest plaec in the world, is a
Statu Captral, when there is no LtgUIa
ture in -e.-iion, but Lincoln is an excep
tiftn to this rule ; Lincoln isor ouht to
li i he prido of eveiy true Nehraskian.
It is truly the ' eity of the plain," and
&miiiiiay, will be the commercial center
oi mo state, even it tot at present
Omaha may blow her trumpet louder,
and pjihups. swell the census Ijst a lit tin
fudcr, but ive u Lincoln yet, for a wide
awake, live, we.-teni city. Of course,
ire never pit through this town without
failing at the Journal office, whieh we
beiifvu to be tins laige.-a primiug house
v:e.-t of the Mississippi. The State
Join mil company now do the best and
che.tpe.-t work in their line, which is
done in the west, and will not backdown
from competition with any establishment
either Eut or WUat, We are ptoud of
the fstabhshuieut, because it bcloiigs to,
ami is iiiciniiied With Ntiimsfiii.
u iiiu-.t not i(tget to mention the
.VcOia-Kt Fiimwr, published by Deyo &
l'li;ip:n, a journal that should be in the
hands of every Nebiaka farmer, and in
evrry hou.-ehold in the State. Success
to riie Eurmrr, and ail interested therein.
We must imt forjret to meotion Capt.
(iiriier, and .'fa-ter He ward. Capt. is
hard at work, attending to his official
tiuties jinu he attends to business closely,
too. Seward, whom you all know and
!.svi, ix. Nt present, attenditK the Lincoln
High School, and making grand progress
m Ins .-rudies. He is in good health,
we are glad to say, aud apparently en
joys Lincoln life.
To-morrow morning we start on our
long journey to the great center of the
political life of tho nation, and shall,
occasionally drop a line on the way.
What a lion Saj3 of Nebraska, wne has
Sjsnt Ten Years in tha West.
The following extract is taken from
the Klisworth (Me.J Amaicun, was
written by Dr. Condon, who uow reside.-
in Decatur, Durt Co. The lnunuago is
equa.Iy applicable to this part of the
State, aud weil worthy the perusal of
any oung man contemplating a removal
horn the eusleru states to the Wed.
" You who never had a luxury except
it wu.- the rice ul'toii, who never cu
jted a doiiar but was wrung from the
soil ot .Waiue by hard knocks who were
born poor, and have held your own with
commendable obstinacy poor crooked
nicked Mill of toll collie out here, iSe
biuba witi w koine. You can tickle
till-1 muj with the shovels of a riding
emulator,-at the rate ot live miles- an
hour. And in a tew years she will yield
i.u a fortune lor your trouole. Aud
ti.e business, man, however prosperous,
if he tceis that the damp airol the sea
t-hore i oppre sive to his lungs, let him
iw admonished to come iiko this raritied
air, it at ivul send toe riuU, life freighted
blood into bt- very toes, aud warm up
t he cold, dejd marrow of hi.n whole ani
mal bring, iiut this couutiy isitecuharly
austpteii tu i lie youug Btaatfwiise pro-
pecus Uave many years to raw; and whose
s are struts, and whose heart is
hopi-fui. The serio-comic advice of that
good nod venerable phdosopuer (toe Utc
Horace Gieeley) is good. ' Young
man," says he, "if yea have no money,
t'jkejiic hmtdrtd dollar and go west
and iovr up with the country."
'iry it, aud your ruddy children will
rise uu and call you blessed. Your wives
will lose their premature wrinkles that
adoru their brows. And your own gray
hairs will be tardy. You will rejoice ia
the cntfctupauoa ot jour acre of jel
iow grain, aud smile with aatietactioa as
you reatt the sigD of yoar prosperity ia
the broad foreheads of your ihriviag
Iterds. 1 write that whiea is trartnd
know whereof I afirm." It is trae,
however, that an occasional .teaapeeU
ladcue-i with hail, stoop down from the
sky, uud licks op whole fields that are
ready for the sickle; that voraeioos
grasshoppers swanu ia myriads among
the farmers growiag crop, and deroar it
rare, ti.de 1, that they are worth record-
iuc on.y to show what a farmer mm, do
with his crop wbea be kae no otW ae
A Sfcocbag Affair
Oar Saturday, Feb. 14th, a dmdfal
scene took place near Lincoln. A" man
named Gray, with bis wife and three
children, were living on a farm near that
place. On Saturday, Mr. Gray west to
the city, and his wife was making a call
on one of her neighbors, when he d it
coved her house in flames. She started
with her neighbor, and before they
reached the piece the walla had fallen
down. The grief stricken mother threw
snow upon the flames in the vain hope
of saving her children who were burned
in the debris. She found tae oldest, a
boy five years of age, with its legs and
anus burned off, leaving the bones where
he lay. She carried the remains oat to
a place of safety, and then returned to
look for the others. She found one in
front of the stove, bat oh, what a heart
rending sight I She gathered the bones
in her apron and carried them to the
house of a neighbor. The other was
also burned in a similar distresnng man
ner. This is a poor ftmily, and the half
era led mother and heartbroken father
are receiving kind attention from the
people of Lincoln, by way of money and
donations of wearing apparel. This ii aa
it should be
TK4VALF, Feb. 12, 1874w
Mr. Editoi Kindly give space
for giviug eipressioo to the effusions of
a few bachelors, in regaid to an article
in your late paper, headed " Facts of
Mat'ers." The fact i, we cannot see
how our matters should thus publicly be
espoused, when we have not got the
length of beinc sponsors. We ihall, how
ever, not be like the ostrich in the des
ert, when persued- by his- enemy, bury
his head in the burning sand, but shout,
Slap, bnr, here we are aaia,
A little hurt, but never atain.
We should never thought tf troubling
the Chief with this matter, but being
afraid from our lonely isolated position
that the " Facts of Matters " article,
was calculated to do ns a great damage,
and entirely seperates us from society,
tho chanco of ever getting a wife, or
even the shadow of one, we therefore
invito notice, and give it as our joint aud
firm impression, that these small desert
spots are fully capable of sustaining a
small wife and large family, and that
from our lengthened experience, in do
mestic affairs, wo are certain to mako
very lenient and considerate husbands.
We read of the hermit, and bis lonely
life seems utter wretchedness to as, but
here should we be, though the home
stead law, iorccd to live' among a people
yet not of them, (there goes a desert
bachelor) forced to go among our neigh
bors, through business relations, and
have the cold look and cutting jest slung
at u, some supposing us a sect of an
cient payareues, or at least, modern an
chorites. Why, the hermit's life would
be joy to this, as ho does his voluntarily.
We beg to assure all whom it may con
cern, that we intend making improve
ments shortly that when we take the
fatal leap, we may have comfortable
homes to live in. Wo have suffered iu
these post holes and log boused so in
tensely, and especially in summer time,
that both experience and position tells
That log homes do box and fleas to naeaia-
That 'tis a sacred duty to decrease":
How then a lorinc wife to torture brine.
Ueidei ourselves, may be perchance of prior.
Unless we be some very d Is
Who ia raumodio itchinis rerels.
Su( h selfihne Mists not 'inonfst tu batches.
Whate'er outsiders 'gainst our matrimony
iiut like oasis in the desert, so oar lots,
By Hymen.well remove the stigma.offtne soots.
Thus we consider it nothinr short of
refined cruelty, to ask a woman thus to
-hare oar comforts, seem like adding
insult to injury. We have, therefore,
borne the hardship and misery alone,
and think by perseverance, we see tho
reward in the faint dawn, when our es
teemed editor of The Chief shah visit
these 'desert spots' as lefined.tiappy and
comfortable homes, as this should be
the true basis and solidity of all in mar
ried life. Thus we seek to show, by the
loneliness and misery of our present exist
ence, proceeds from a nobler feeling than
selfishness and as we at present represent
wood civilians, are pteparing ourselves
for good fathers, father-ia-kws, grand
fathers, and members of home social
We almost think we see in reality, the
41 Facta of Matters " writer, at least to
"our mind's eye." He seems a short,
dumpy, heavy-set fall faced, light-haired
(out very short)) Ions; flowing beard, oat-
spoken sluggish going, roaring, ranting
person. He must have been laboring
under some baraciation-utae spirit of
Tweed has perhup- visited him, and in
restless commotion for gain, has sug
gested this means to him to get as bach
elors disaiisfied with- our claims, and so
part with tbenr to him for r mere song.
If so. "augels aad ministers of grace
defend us," the whole 0001117, eoHective
lyaad individually are concerned" that
we aboard get a median to have the
mystery solved. The Grangers organise to
do away with mediams, that ia in earta-
ly business, bat here we have ike spirit
ual, aad to reqaire a mediam, there's
the difference, or peraaps be bad a heavy
diaaer that day, orgroaad pepper and
gaU. to sweeten btaoofee with. 8 iag
he gave it as so hot aad so likely to lead
to bitters, we also think ia bis heart be
mast bawe amwaclled tba word desert,
aad meant ear tu give 1 ear deseerts.
ery oa oar bachelorhood, bat' iwregavd
te tie earicatated honorary tk lea tmxtsd
to tcH wJefIMe. "f ,
awa wkoae aehbor aanrnj borrowed
kia waeai-karrow, ami aariac Itahtit,
sent it home by his boJ jJhc cool
mesag, " My father wishes yo.u to look
smart and have the barrow reiatred, as
he wishes to borrow itto-morOW'again.',
But our forseveiance in resiievion is
sach thit we could draw a dea donkey
up a biil until he sweats, e'er vre should
murmer compliints or commit (swjinside
At nnnt- w hnmhlv sobscnoe our
selves, Tre TJackklors.
C.VKXMPT,ED FAVOR RfcOCRDED
T THIS MAOAZINKbythe iMfnmu;
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a . AsIkBfe ami fitlo.
means tu maamc u mora awrui ....
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number of readers on both sides f UM Atlantic
Tfce Serial Storr of tbe year. ..
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Portrtits and Biographical Skcteaes of Amer
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Retail Price, -
Liberal discount trade to school districts
teachers, ministerw and iubs.
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for Common Schools.
m H511ard's" Beaders, Worcester's Dic
tionaries, Worcester's Spelling Books
and Seavoy's U. S. History, arc al-o
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Address JOHN M. TAGGAKT Agt.
30 Palmyra, Neb.
Has fitted up his New Stone Building
"Xo Liquors sold on the Premises.
Just the place to enjoy this Popular Game in a
nice, quiet manner-
Boot & Shoe Shop
In Webster County.
iV 9. PARK
WiBheti to inform the PnWie generally
that he ia prepared at all times to take
orders aad manufacture all kinds of
Boots & Shoes
In th'e fast PouiVte Styfe.
f9Fine Calf Boots made fo order and
Perfect Fit Warranted"
Repairing on Shirt Notice.
1S CLOVB. KSUASXA.
ad yoa will get theai caeapertaaa
Re. Clwiid. Nib ra ska.
JOS. C. WABNEB, - - Proprietor.
This Hotel is entirely new.haring been built
the prerct senson, and is fitted up with regard
COaTOST AND CONTSIHSKCS.
BOABD BY THE DAY & WEEK
At reasonable rafc.
A large and eotntnodirus 5TOXE STABLE
hxs ju.t been added to the premises.
Si-Good fiarber in attendance at the Ilouse.
CARPENTER & BUILDER,
Sei Cloud, Kebraaka.
I rrepared to make estimates and take con
tracts for all Kin-ts of buildings. 'Zi-ld
JOSEPH A. PEERV.
TAX-PA YING AGENT.
FSAK<f CITY, Franklin Countj Keb,
li RED CLOUD.
Opposite Oarbcr A Co.
DRUGS, STATIONERY, FINE
PUBE WINES & LIQUOBS,
And the thnuond and one things usually
kept in similar establishments con
stantly on hand and for sale
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Call and See.
Wines & Liquors.
Chewing, Smoking, Tobacco,
OF ALL KINDS,
mFr'sn Laecr Beer from " Antelope"
Brewery, constantly on hand.
BED CLOUD, NEB.
NOW IS THE BEST TIME
Thb B & M. R, R. LANDS
IN WEBSTER CO. NEB.
Arc now in market, and are offered at
low rates and on ten years' time to
actual settlers, at rates varying from
$1.50 to $5,00 per acre
With a liberal deduction for cash in
Thcv lantls arc among the best b
the Bepublican Valley, and are
UNSURPASSED FOR FEBTILITY
and beauty of Location.
RED CLOUD - - - NEB.,
LOCAL ASSKT F02 WE33TES COUNTY,
Will at all times be ready to give all
information in regard to location of land,
terms of payment, Ac.
TH3 FOLLOWIltt SS7XACTS
From the Circulars of the B. & M. B.
B. Co., will in a measure, explain their
terms and the advantages otTercd.
The purchaser can pay ca-b, or di
vide the amount into three equal pSrta,
paying one-third down, one-third in ooe
year, and one-third in two years, with
interes at ten per cent, annually; or he
can have tts teaks' time ia which to
make op the sum by small annual pay
ments at si per-cent. interest.
Most buy on this htter plan of
TE EAR8' CHEDI!f f
In which ease the purchaser pays
at the outset cfle year's interest at six I
other payments, eafch of nf per eent
at the coBi3nement of the second,
third and fourth years. At the connaeno
meat of tb? 5fth year, he pays one-
seventh of the pnncipal and oac years"
interest on the remainder, and the same
at the commeccment of each, successive
year aatil all has been paid at the ead
of tea years. Any bayer can pay ia fall
at aay tisae aad get a warranty deed free
of all uaaaabraace.
Bayers-on '3 long aad gearoa cred
it of tea yanrs,' are expected to fettle
and iaiprovtf their Undat their earliest
coareakooe, ay wltk one of two yean
so aa to iak prove atwnt three teataa oi
the (aad boagltf , withia tkree years fnm
date of parcluse.'
fBetler teraas have aever been of
fered and probablj aererwiiiae.
DRY COODS AND GROCERIES,
Boots A Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
And everything usually kept in country stores.
Give ns a rail. cxamin coods, inouire prices, aud be convinced that tk-a
plaee to trade b AT HOME.
A. Allttlvlt It W.
ISTETVSTOilE "N EW STOKJU
JOHN RKRKNZK cV CO,
Take plexure in informing the citizens of Hed Cloud, ami the Public
that they nave opened out ami have on baud a new aud complete Mock of
Staple 6 Fancy Groceries
Of every name and variety, se'octed with "pcial reference to the wanti of
tho People of of tho Republican Valley.
CALL AND SEE OUR fcTOUK.
We have, also, a tine Stock of
DRY GOODs. Boots & shoes
JOHN 6. POTTER
Take this method to Inform the PUBLIC that he has Just
opened up a new and complete Stock of
DRY COODS & GROCERIES,
Consisting in part of
CALICOES, DARK, LIGHT k PINIC,
CHAMBRES. DILALN'KS. LAWNS.
DBESS TRI.MMINdS & MNINOS.
CORSETS a- SKIRfS. VAILS ,v CtWWX.
l.'LEAi'HED AND UNBLEACHED MtSLINd
TABLE LINENS. & TOWELING.
PANTS, OVER ALIiJ k SHUlTfNG,
BOOTS at HOKSt II ATM eft CA1N,
COFFEE, SUGARS & TEAS of all Kindt,
Canned Fruits, Oysters and Crackers.
Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos,
FLOUR, MEAL & BACON-
.And everything usually kept in a First Class Dry Good k Grocery Flore.
JOHN G. POTTER,
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
W. L. VANALSTYNE
Lime. Tarred Paper. Etc-
And every Article aaaally kept in a First Cb Lumber Yard.
f-Prices fnvanably Four Dollar in advance of railroad price.
I GUARANTEE TO DUPLICATE- AN I'.BILL THAT CANOGI f
AT JUATATA OR HASTINGS.-
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Befakr triaa wiB be aaade betwea
JUNIATA ia RED CL0UL)
Ob Taeadays and Wednesday. of eaeb
week- I shall be pleaded to cany f.a
am npon the day tasatiotl, leav
ing Juniata, at 6 A yu oa Tn.-wf7s
and B-ed Cload at 6 a. -, WeJacfways.
Fare TeaaoaaUa. I"
Co., Ited Cloud, Ak-b.
LATH, SHINGLE V
BUY YOUR HEDGE.PLANTS:
And yoa will get Good Stack.
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ONK THOUAND PEACH TBI!'
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